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Michigan Head & Neck Institute

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    Your Solution to Feeling Rested and Pain-Free

    If you’re experiencing headaches, daytime sleepiness, earaches, dizziness, eye pain, blurred vision, clicking or popping in the jaw joints, these may be symptoms of Sleep Apnea or TMJ, we can help!

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    Your Solution to Feeling Rested and Pain-Free

    If you’re experiencing headaches, daytime sleepiness, earaches, dizziness, eye pain, blurred vision, clicking or popping in the jaw joints, these may be symptoms of Sleep Apnea or TMJ, we can help!

    Schedule A Consultation

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    Your Solution to Feeling Rested and Pain-Free

    If you’re experiencing headaches, daytime sleepiness, earaches, dizziness, eye pain, blurred vision, clicking or popping in the jaw joints, these may be symptoms of Sleep Apnea or TMJ, we can help!

    Schedule A Consultation

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    Your Solution to Feeling Rested and Pain-Free

    If you’re experiencing headaches, daytime sleepiness, earaches, dizziness, eye pain, blurred vision, clicking or popping in the jaw joints, these may be symptoms of Sleep Apnea or TMJ, we can help!

    Schedule A Consultation

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    Your Solution to Feeling Rested and Pain-Free

    If you’re experiencing headaches, daytime sleepiness, earaches, dizziness, eye pain, blurred vision, clicking or popping in the jaw joints, these may be symptoms of Sleep Apnea or TMJ, we can help!

    Schedule A Consultation

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    Your Solution to Feeling Rested and Pain-Free

    If you’re experiencing headaches, daytime sleepiness, earaches, dizziness, eye pain, blurred vision, clicking or popping in the jaw joints, these may be symptoms of Sleep Apnea or TMJ, we can help!

    Schedule A Consultation

Do I have sleep apnea?

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts which can be caused by... Learn More

Do I have TMD?

TMJ is a disorder of the jaw joints which commonly causes Eye Pain, Earaches, Dizziness, Hearing Loss, Headaches... Learn More
Success Stories
Thanks to Dr. Klein I feel like I have my life back, I cannot be more grateful!
The doctor and staff here are very understanding and so friendly.
Dear Dr. Klein:You are the best doctor I’ve come across. Your office is like a home.

How We Can Help You

Our specially trained staff have been treating patients who have headaches, jaw pain, eye, ear, and neck pain associated with temporomandibular joint disorder for over 25 years. Our kindness, warmth, expertise and therapy programs have allowed thousands of people to live their lives without pain.

Meet Dr. Klein

Founder and Director of Michigan Head & Neck Institute

Dr KleinDr. Klein is a specially trained and educated dentist with more than 25 years experience in managing OSA and TMD. He can help you get a better night’s sleep and/or relieve your oral facial pain, muscle tension headaches, and other TMD symptoms.

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On September 27 2016, I was a speaker in the gold room at the Rayburn Building in Washington DC speaking and educating Congress with other doctors about the dangers of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in the railroad industry. This tragedy happened two days later. Dr. Richard Klein
Engineer in Fatal NJ Transit Crash Had Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea: Sources
By J.J. Gallagher Good Morning America

Could Sleep Apnea Testing Reduce Major Transportation …
The engineer at the controls of a New Jersey Transit train that smashed into the Hoboken Terminal, killing one and injuring more than 100 back in September, had undiagnosed sleep apnea, according to sources familiar with a closed-door briefing for the New Jersey congressional delegation.
Three sources with knowledge of the briefing confirmed to ABC News that the engineer, Thomas Gallagher, had undiagnosed sleep apnea that was discovered only after the crash.

National Transportation Safety Board investigators have not yet determined the cause of the accident.
The engineer in a 2013 commuter train accident that killed four people and injured dozens of others in New York City also had sleep apnea and said he felt "dazed" as his train hurtled at more than 80 mph around a curve with a 30 mph limit, causing it to derail.

The Metropolitan Transit Authority, the agency in charge of New York City's commuter trains and subway system, now requires screening for sleep apnea, a policy put in place in 2015.

"Sleep apnea is a medical disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts while a person is sleeping," the agency said in a statement announcing the required apnea screenings. "This results in insufficient sleep. Left untreated, someone with the disorder functions with reduced alertness and may involuntarily fall asleep. Those who are at risk for sleep apnea will be referred to medical treatment that can ensure they can do their jobs safely."
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A BIG THANK YOU to all who particpated in our "Coins for a Cause" in October. We were able to donate $110 to the Karmanos Cancer Center all because of Patients like YOU! We ALL know someone that has been affected by this disease. Supporting cancer efforts has been a passion of mine for many decades as my mom passed away from cancer. ANY donations will help towards finding a cure for this terrible disease! Thank you all for your support!! ... See MoreSee Less

My Dad, Edwin Klein served In the Army of our United States of America. He was in Germany while mom and I were here.
This picture is of the flag presented to his family by President George Bush.

The following poem is for all of us on this important day in America

While we were home on our comfortable sofas, munching and watching TV.
Our veterans were fighting our battles, in situations we'd certainly flee.
Whatever would keep us all safe is what they were called to do.
Rough duties of every kind protecting us: me and you.
So when you see Vets, please thank them for their service and sacrifice.
Be aware, and always remember....for us, they paid a price. -----By Joanna Fuchs

Richard Klein
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The theme was DISCO NIGHT at the annual DMAN Foundation (Danny's Miracle Angel Network) event. They had a red carpet entrance with "fans" lined up to take autographs. I was pleased to wear my John Travolta imitation suit. Here I am with Senator Mat Dunaskiss, "Stayin Alive". We are both on the Board of Directors for this GREAT non-profit organization that helps paraplegics gain control of their lives. I met with many other doctors, case managers, and relatives of the wheelchair hero's of this event! ... See MoreSee Less

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The contents of this website, such as text, graphics, images, and other materials are for informational purposes only. While there are many commonalities among multiple TMD and sleep apnea cases, each patient is unique. Information on this website should be used to educate the reader about what they should discuss with their doctor if they are suffering from the listed symptoms. The information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Seek the advice of your physician or you may call our office with any questions you may have regarding TMD or sleep apnea. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.